The ex-president of the European Central Bank has already presented to President Sergio Mattarella the list of ministers who will compose the new government
The former president of European central bank, Mario Draghi, announced on Friday, 12, that he will accept the post of Prime Minister of Italy and the task of forming an emergency government. He will therefore fulfill a request that had been made by the president himself Sergio Mattarella after the rupture of Giuseppe Conte’s mandate due to his poor conduct of the economy and new coronavirus pandemic. Very prestigious by the Italian population, Draghi received the majority support of the parties that make up the Parliament and has already presented his future team of ministers for the approval of Mattarella. The new government will take office this Saturday, 13th, but the oaths to the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate will only take place at the beginning of next week.
Economist Mario Draghi, 73, consolidated support from various sectors of the country’s politics, from left to right. He even got approval from the 5 Star Movement, whose leader Mario Salvini had previously said that he preferred new elections to be held. The former president of the European Central Bank also has the center-left Democratic Party (PD) at his side; Italia Viva, downtown; and Conservative Italy Force Silvio Berlusconi.